LiteConsoles Take Centre Stage At War Child Event
Icons of British electronic music Leftfield, with the help of Red Bull Studios London, recently curated a special show at London's Brixton O2 Academy in aid of War Child.
Leftfield, with a line-up of friends and special guests, provided an impressive show for fans while raising much-needed funds for War Child.
For the event, Prolyte Group supplied two branded versions of its performance platform: LiteConsole. Front fascia panels featuring the distinctive Red Bull and War Child logos were also supplied. During the show, the LiteConsoles were internally lit for maximum visual impact.
Chris Taplin of Shooting Star Productions, responsible for the smooth running of the entire event, stated simply: "We love your LiteConsoles!"
Cato Music’s Daniel Humphreys, who supplied equipment for the event, added: "For many years we've been searching for a simplified design for our DJ hires that not only create the perfect work surface for our technical staff, but create a sharp image on stage that instantly screams class, and we've finally come across it! Using the Prolyte LiteConsole booth on all our DJ hires has become a must and not once have we had an issue, only praise!"